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By Erin Schwager
Journaist 

Schacht experiences Africa's habitat during summer study program

 

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Wildlife • Holly Schacht, along with other students in a University of Nebraska-Lincoln study-abroad tour to South Africa, encounter an elephant.

This day and age, it is challenging for people to go "unplugged" to live life to the fullest. Holly Schacht, of Orchard, saw the challenge and met it head on. Schacht spent a month in South Africa on a study-abroad trip through the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, to gain experience for her fisheries and wildlife major and to fully live in the moment.

"I've always wanted to study abroad, but after Covid hit halfway through my freshmen year and then into my sophomore year, there wasn't a study-abroad program that I was able to go on," Schacht said.

However, Schacht kept her eyes open for a p...



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